New nude photos and videos, including a photo of an unconscious naked woman, were posted last week in a Marines United-spinoff Dropbox drive shared in a closed Facebook group, the Daily Beast reported.
Despite the Marine Corps cracking down sharing such images, the content in this group was more explicit, the Daily Beast said. The drive contained nearly 4,000 photos and videos.
The shared drive, titled "Girls of MU," was shared in a secret Facebook group called Mike Uniform, the military phonetic letters for M.U., likely Marines United, the Daily Beast reported.
The Daily Beast has uncovered eleven shared drives containing the explicit photos and videos.
The crackdown on the Marines United scandal has bought changes to the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the way the military treats similar offenses.
One active duty Marine was convicted at a summary court-martial on June 29 and sentenced to 10 days in the brig, demotion of three ranks and administrative separation for his involvement with Marines United.
The Daily Beast reported that that a Marine Corps spokesman said the Naval Criminal Investigative Service was made aware of this new batch of images on July 7.
Mackenzie Wolf is an editorial intern for Military Times.